Out Now: Stream Stevie Nicks’ ’24 Karat Gold the Concert’ Live Album; Video On-Demand Through 11/5

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Live in Concert: The 24 Karat Gold Tour, a new live album from Stevie Nicks capturing some of the magic of the legendary singer/songwriter‘s 2017-2018 solo tour, was made available on digital streaming platforms on Friday. A two-LP edition will be available on Dec. 4 — click here to pre-order a copy from our Rock Cellar Store.

Stream the live album below, via Spotify:

It’s the audio component of a corresponding concert film, which was originally supposed to screen in theaters but has since been made available via pay-per-view through Nov. 5:

Nicks has previewed this release in recent weeks with a few audio tracks and this video of “Rhiannon”:

And “Gypsy”:

Click here to visit the film’s official website. A synopsis of the concert film:

Recorded over two nights during her sold-out 24 Karat Gold Tour, Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold The Concert features a set-list of fan favorites and rare gems from Stevie’s multi-platinum selling catalog. The film also highlights Stevie’s intuitive and intimate storytelling abilities, captivating audiences with personal stories behind some of the most famous songs in music history. Stevie Nicks 24 Karat Gold The Concert is full of the magic that Stevie Nicks brings to her live performances and is an unforgettable experience that demands to be seen on the big screen!

The release of the live album and film come at a particularly busy time for Nicks, who has been personally involved in the runaway viral sensation TikTok video from Nathan Apodaca featuring Fleetwood Mac‘s “Dreams,” skateboarding and cranberry juice, even recreating it herself:

Nicks has also shared a new song of her own, a song featuring Dave Grohl and the Eurythmics’ Dave Stewart:

Earlier this week, Stevie Nicks revealed something startling regarding her 2019 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction, as well. In a chat with Variety, Nicks explained that she was facing double pneumonia when she took the stage for her induction ceremony. That topic is couched in Nicks’ discussion of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, something she’s been quite outspoken about — urging people to wear masks and help those who might otherwise be especially vulnerable to the virus, such as herself:

“I have compromised lungs. I was really sick last year. The night of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, I knew before I went on stage that something was wrong with me, so I had to really pull it together. The next day I got really sick, and I ended up going into the hospital in Philadelphia for a week in ICU with double pneumonia and human metapneumovirus and asthma. Talk about your oxygen levels going down;  my oxygen levels were hardly existing. And if I was on a ventilator… My mom was on a ventilator for a month and she was hoarse for the rest of her life. All the other side effects that come along with this virus… You may get over it and just be like, “Great, great. I’m good. It’s gone.” It’s not gone. It comes back in little ways to attack you forever. You’ll never get rid of it. So you don’t want to get it. I’m like, I’ve built like a thin paper shield of magical plastic around me, you know? Because I don’t want my career to be over. I don’t want to not pull on those boots again.”


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